László Lackner was born in 1943 in Lenti (Hungary). He has been publishing for the past thirty years. His novels could be read in the most prestigious journals; he also published five pieces of literature, one of which is this crime novel The Nurse and the Knife His books were especially successful during the fall of the communist regime, and his novels about the exciting events playing out during the revolution in 1956. He appeared in literary anthologies, in the past few years he has been writing theatrical works. He won literary awards in two contests.